Grade 11 Boys

2017 GRADE 11 BOYS

First practice will be Wednesday March 1st at
Gabriel Dumont at 6:30 pm.  We will
practice every Monday (8:30-10 at Saunders) and Wednesday (6:30-8 Gabriel
Dumont)  There will be a mandatory player
and parent meeting where parents MUST attend with their player please plan to
attend on Monday March 6th at 8:30 at Saunders.

Congratulations to the following:

Taylor Robertson

Nick Sturk

Brandon Cowan

Dylan Tapp

Michael Walsh

Michel Boukoua

Andre Familia

Jany Mat

Josh Budge

Josh Carpio

Hamdi Babeker

christian mouhtouris






London CYO boys program is relatively new and this year is the first year with graduating students.  The goal of the London CYO boys program is two fold.  On one hand we strive to  create a family environment of support, while helping our players grow into young men with bright futures, and on the other hand we work hard so that we can go into and compete against some of the best teams in Ontario and the US where our players can be seen by college and University coaches so that those who choose to can play at the next level can have that opportunity. 

This year we have 3 graduating players (the others are either in younger grades or have chosen to do a 5th year in highschool) 


Isaac Glamble has accepted an offer to attend St. Clair College on a Basketball Scholarship.

Isaac came to London CYO a couple of years ago in the hopes to better his game, play against tough comepition and get noticed.  His hard work and determination has paid off.  He had a couple of options for the 2016/17 year that involved scholarships but in the end followed his heart and decided to take his talents to St. Clair College.   



Michael is an original London CYO member, who has been playing with the team since its inception 6 years ago.  Michael has an immense amount of talent both on the court and acedemically.  He has chosen to take his skills to Guelph University where he will be studying science and is hoping to continue his talent as a Gryphon Basketball member.



Austin has played basketball since grade 5 and has been with the London CYO team since it started 6 years ago.  Austin has always been committed to giving his best in all that he does.  He has seen many successess on and off the court and he graduated highschool with a 96% average.  Austin has chosen not to continue playing basketball at a competitive level, and has accepted an Accademic Scholarship to attend Guelph University where he will study Bio-Medical Sciences and then apply to Med School.